CMC gallery features Clay Center potters |

CMC gallery features Clay Center potters

Staff Report

Colorado Mountain College’s Center for Excellence in the Arts and the Carbondale Clay Center present the recent works of potters Steven Colby and Julie Johnson. Colby and Johnson are two artists-in-residence at the CCC. Colby also teaches at CMC’s Aspen campus.

The public is invited to meet the artists and view their work at the opening reception from 5:30-8 p.m. on Friday, May 30, at the CMC Gallery at at 9th and Grand in Glenwood Springs.

One of the main purposes of the Carbondale Clay Center is to assist working artists: both those starting out and those who have been at it for a long time.

The Carbondale Clay Center Artist Residency Program is designed for potters with solid training in ceramics and a promising, developing body of work. The residency program gives the participants time and space to do their work in clay and gain valuable studio, community, teaching, and work experience.

The Colorado Mountain College Gallery is a project of CMC’s Center for Excellence in the Arts and funded by the Colorado Mountain College Foundation. The Gallery is open for viewing Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and by appointment. For gallery inquiries, contact Susanna Clark-Smith, 947-8364.

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